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By gzt (Tue Jul 24, 2012 at 12:32:27 PM EST) gzt, lunch, creatine (all tags)
Really, the more you read about public pensions, the more you realize that this is the true Ponzi scheme. The middle class is a bubble. Even people we would consider frugal are living as if they have twice the money they actually have, if you consider what they will actually need to retire.


Work work work.

Yesterday at the gym wasn't so bad despite the heat. Only did one set of squats at 365, but I went through with everything else. I got very damp. I started taking creatine to help me get strong before I move. The annoying this is that this will bump up my weight by 5# in the next week because of increased water retention.

Plan to resign today during perf check-in. Will let you know how that goes.

Got hit with a pile of crap today.

Transitioning this one project would be so much better if I were giving it to somebody competent. I mean, this isn't just about following a checklist. There is a significant part that is, sure, but it involves significant problem-solving ability. And a bit more nous than certain people can summon. Not my problem, not my fault.

We have like two episodes of The Wire left. We have new Futurama coming through. Doctor Who is starting again soon. And we have 2.5 seasons of The Simpsons left.

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Okay, lunch time.

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Personally, I blame the Rethuglicans. by nathan (2.00 / 0) #1 Thu Jul 26, 2012 at 01:57:20 PM EST
(To clarify, this sarcasm is not an endorsement of the Rethuglican Party).

The "west" as a whole by dmg (2.00 / 0) #2 Thu Jul 26, 2012 at 08:03:13 PM EST
Is in very deep trouble. The roots are in the debt based monetary system and how it is used to enslave individuals.
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